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Remembering Him In Meditation,

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This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Raag Gujri on Pannaa 517

mÚ 5 ]
rKy rKxhwir Awip aubwirAnu ]
gur kI pYrI pwie kwj svwirAnu ]
hoAw Awip dieAwlu mnhu n ivswirAnu ]
swD jnw kY sMig Bvjlu qwirAnu ]
swkq inMdk dust iKn mwih ibdwirAnu ]
iqsu swihb kI tyk nwnk mnY mwih ]
ijsu ismrq suKu hoie sgly dUK jwih ]2]

ma 5 ||
rakhae rakhanehaar aap oubaarian ||
gur kee pairee paae kaaj savaarian ||
hoaa aap dhaeiaal manahu n visaarian ||
saadhh janaa kai sa(n)g bhavajal thaarian ||
saakath ni(n)dhak dhusatt khin maahi bidhaarian ||
this saahib kee ttaek naanak manai maahi ||
jis simarath sukh hoe sagalae dhookh jaahi ||2||

Fifth Mehla:
O Savior Lord, save us and take us across.
Falling at the feet of the Guru, our works are embellished with perfection.
You have become kind, merciful and compassionate; we do not forget You from our minds.
In the Saadh Sangat, the Company of the Holy, we are carried across the terrifying world-ocean.
In an instant, You have destroyed the faithless cynics and slanderous enemies.
That Lord and Master is my Anchor and Support; O Nanak, hold firm in your mind.
Remembering Him in meditation, happiness comes, and all sorrows and pains simply vanish. ||2||


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